Phronimus of Thessaloniki

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The holy, glorious, right-victorious martyr '''Phronimus of Thessaloniki''' martyred in Thessaloniki sometime during the early Christian persecutions, along with another three or four people. Nothing more is known about him and the other martyrs, other than the place of their martyrdom and their names in the "Ieronymiko" martyrologion <ref> AASS Martii II 9-19, Antverpiae 1668, p. 346. </ref>. He is commemorated by the [[Church of Greece]] [[March 14]].
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The holy, glorious, right-victorious [[martyr]] '''Phronimus of Thessaloniki''' martyred in Thessaloniki sometime during the early Christian persecutions, along with another three or four people. Nothing more is known about him and the other martyrs, other than the place of their martyrdom and their names in the "Ieronymiko" martyrologion <ref> AASS Martii II 9-19, Antverpiae 1668, p. 346. </ref>. He is commemorated by the [[Church of Greece]] [[March 14]].
  
 
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Revision as of 07:51, December 23, 2008

The holy, glorious, right-victorious martyr Phronimus of Thessaloniki martyred in Thessaloniki sometime during the early Christian persecutions, along with another three or four people. Nothing more is known about him and the other martyrs, other than the place of their martyrdom and their names in the "Ieronymiko" martyrologion [1]. He is commemorated by the Church of Greece March 14.

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  1. AASS Martii II 9-19, Antverpiae 1668, p. 346.
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